tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC September 23, 2014 11:34pm-12:37am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 130! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much! that's what i'm talking about! that right there. oh! looking good, guys. looking good right there. looking real good. welcome to the "tonight show," everybody. thank you for being here. we got a big show tonight. thank you so much, guys. welcome to "the tonight show." thanks for watching. thank you for sitting. thank you for owing, thank you for oohing.
[ cheers ] fun new york city crowd. here's what everybody's talking about. the white house has been having some big security issues lately. after an intruder actually managed to jump the fence and make it inside. he made himself a sandwich and hung out, he was like, "yeah, yeah, yeah." and this is true, the white house says that from now on it will start locking its doors. [ laughter ] when asked if he wanted a key, biden said, "i'm fine just using the doggie door." [ cheers and applause ] "i can just go in and out as i please. no one bothers me. don't worry about it. get to eat as much as i want." of course, president obama is in new york right now for the u.n. general assembly. [ cheers ] are you applauding the traffic you were stuck in today? but i heard that vladimir putin will not be attending. no. when asked why, he said -- [ russian accent ] "i was just there for fashion week. every time i have to come in
and out." [ laughter ] vladimir putin will not be in new york for u.n. general assembly, not with all these other countries left unattended for the week. [ laughter ] he's like -- [ russian accent ] "which one should i take? poland, i'll take poland, and --" [ cheers ] "it's the best week ever! it's like christmas! this is like christmas come early. he-he-he-he." [ laughter ] that's right, leaders and ambassadors from all over the world are here in the city for a week of meetings. which means that they will be lying in their hotel beds at night looking for something to watch, and most likely come across this show. [ cheers ] it's a big deal. so i thought that i could take some time now to tell some monologue jokes specifically for the members of the u.n. [ laughter ] all right, here we go. [ cheers and applause ] no pressure. during a recent fundraiser,
new jersey governor chris christie revealed that he has lost 85 pounds since having lapband surgery last year. so i guess csaba korosi isn't the only guy who is an expert on hungary. [ rim shot ] [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: hey, i wouldn't be surprised if roble olhaye is watching "keeping up with the kardashians" instead of our show. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, because, you know, he's the representative from djibouti. [ laughter ] so that's probably why. ♪ >> steve: hey oh! hey! ho! >> jimmy: and lastly, oh it's nice to see irish representative david donaghue has already made himself right at home here in new york. and by that, i mean he's passed out on the floor at mcsorley's. ♪ [ laughter ] welcome to new york, guys. welcome to new york. [ cheers and applause ] we love having you. listen to this, guys, in a new interview bill clinton hinted that his daughter, chelsea's
baby is due in early october. though it got weird when reporters asked if it's a boy or a girl, and hillary said, "i haven't decided yet." [ laughter and applause ] "don't even ask. i'm thinking about it right now. i'm thinking." i read that house speaker john boehner is facing criticism over a recent speech where he suggested that unemployed people are lazy. boehner would have clarified his statements but he was on his second two week break of the month. so that's why he was unavailable. [ cheers and applause ] i want to say happy birthday to my man, bruce springsteen! that's what i'm talking about. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] that's right. bruce springsteen turned 65 years old today. yeah. apparently his birthday party was going pretty well until he decided to count all the candles on his cake, and he went -- [ imitating springsteen ] one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
11, 12, 13, 14, and a 15, 16, 17. [ cheers and applause ] i also saw that this week marks the 20th anniversary of the premiere of "friends." [ cheers and applause ] yeah. it also marks the 20th anniversary of america thinking new york apartments were that huge. not at all. not remotely. some more tv news. tomorrow night is the premiere of the new game show "sports jeopardy." "sports jeopardy." they have some pretty difficult clues. like "this nfl player isn't being investigated for a crime right now." [ cheers and applause ] pass.
[ laughter ] that's not how you play the game. >> steve: what is pass? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: get this, you guys. whole foods has announced that it's launching a new wine club that will send hard-to-find wines to you four times a year. even white people are like -- [ scoff ] "white people." [ laughter ] "honey, i can't find this serrat anywhere. [ laughter ] i'ts ticking me off! let's go on the second yacht and go for a spin." [ light laughter ] crazy. >> steve: good grief. >> jimmy: this isn't good here. i read that several people in colorado were arrested for selling meth out of a taco truck. seriously? they live in colorado. they would have made twice that amount just selling the tacos. i mean, weed is legal in colorado. supply and demand. [ cheers and applause ] just sell the tacos. hey, paula deen is back in the news.
just on the "today show" this morning, doing publicity for her new lifestyle network. she's like, "i can't wait for you people to check it out. i mean, not you people. i mean, other people can check it out. i'm just -- uh-oh, it's happened again. oh, i should just stop talking. i don't know why i keep saying 'you people'." [ applause ] but paula deen will launch a a new lifestyle network this week. i think it's gonna do pretty well. she's already got a strong lineup of shows. take a look at this. >> hey y'all! here's what's coming up tonight on the paula deen network. at 6:00 p.m. there's an all new "house of lards," followed by "the amazing racist" at 7:00. at 8:00 pm, tune in to "game of scones." and at 9:00, it's the premiere of "america's got frontbutt." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's nice. we have a great show, you guys. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, boy, oh boy, oh boy. we have got some big shows coming up later this week. andy samberg. chris pratt, who is hosting the premiere of "saturday night live" this weekend. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: this saturday. >> jimmy: favorite time of year. "saturday night live" premieres this weekend. matthew broderick, nathan lane will be here this week. [ cheers and applause ] they're back on broadway together. plus we have music performances from kenny chesney, john mellencamp and robert plant! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: but first, tonight, this is the show to be at, tonight! [ cheers ] the whole building is abuzz. everybody loves this show. oh, my gosh. from the hit tv series "scandal," the lovely, talented, kerry washington is here tonight! >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ]
come on! >> jimmy: she's great. and kerry and i are going to go head-to-head in a game of "box of lies." [ audience oohs ] tricky game. plus, he's the host of one of the biggest shows on tv, "the voice." carson daly is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] so much to talk to him about. that new baby. he was on the "today show," killing it on the "today show." i love that guy. also we have music from my man -- we've known him since the strokes. >> steve: yeah. back in the day. >> jimmy: back in the day on "snl" and now he's playing with a new band. he's also doing strokes stuff too, as well, but gosh, he's talented. julian casablancas and the voidz. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] here is is! here! >> jimmy: he's a rock star. >> steve: that man is an official rock star. >> jimmy: he's the coolest dude. you walk down the hall, you go, "oh, that's julian casablancas. that's a rock star." yeah. i'm wearing a suit. i'm wearing my toupee. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: he's out there -- >> steve: i like your new toupee, by the way. love it. >> jimmy: you do like it? >> steve: yeah.
>> jimmy: thank you so much. >> steve: oh, you're welcome. >> jimmy: amazon prime. [ laughter ] guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today. weigh the good with the bad, it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of having a 100 pound scrotum removed. [ laughter ] >> steve: what? wait, what? >> jimmy: a man in michigan recently made news for having this surgery performed. it was a total success. which is great news. [ light laughter ] i know it seems like there would be no cons to this, but you'd be surprised. let's take a look at the pros and cons of having a 100 pound scrotum removed. here we go. pro, opting to get the surgery was an easy decision. con, but it took a lot of balls. [ laughter ] there you go. gotta be brave. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: gotta be tough. >> steve: you've gotta be tough for that. >> jimmy: it's a long thing,
you guys -- >> steve: i can't say anything. >> jimmy: pro, no longer getting annoyed at people's constant stares. con, but still getting a little testy. [ laughter ] >> steve: just a little. or maybe a lot. 100 pounds worth of testy. >> jimmy: pro -- [ laughter ] you might have to sit down. you might want to take a break. >> steve: i might have to sit this one out. >> jimmy: you might have to sit this one out. there's too many jokes. there's too many jokes here for you to make. [ laughter ] we'll be here for an hour. >> steve: all right. wait. go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pro, your wife said having the surgery will change your life forever. con, your dog said, "been there, done that." yeah, yeah. [ laughter and applause ] little snip and you're done. >> steve: oh, my god. >> jimmy: pro, being able to enjoy life more. con, but still having terrible flashbacks every time you see a a bean bag chair. [ laughter ] it just jogs the memory a a little. [ laughter ] >> steve: wait -- >> jimmy: pro, your weight went
down 100 pounds. con, your voice went up 100 octaves. [ laughter ] [ high pitched voice ] "i feel like a new man!" pro, treating yourself to a a post-surgery ice cream sundae. con, but this time with no nuts. [ laughter and applause ] he's allergic -- maybe he's allergic. we don't know yet. >> steve: we don't know. we don't know about this man. god bless him. [ laughter ] he might have an epipen with him at all times. >> jimmy: pro, taking your mind off the pain with some nfl football. con, feeling nostalgic whenever the annoncers say, "another giants sack." [ laughter and applause ] there you guys go. talking about the game! >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: pro, it's easier to enjoy playtime with your kids. con, even though you no longer have a built-in hippity hop. i mean, that's not -- [ laughter ] >> steve: ow, ow, ow! [ funny breathing ] aw, nuts. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: and finally, pro, finding out thwy're making a a documentary about you. con, it's only available on nutflix. there you go guys, those are "pros and cons." we'll be right back with more of the "tonight show," everybody! come on back. stay with me. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, guys, i wanted to take a minute to tell you about the samsung curved ultra high-definition tv. [ cheers ] this tv screen is actually curved so you get a great view from every angle. that way every seat in the house is a great seat. >> what about from here? do i have a great view of the tv from here? >> jimmy: why, i guess you do, sir. >> what about from here? >> jimmy: uh, yep. >> from here? >> jimmy: yes. it doesn't matter where you're sitting. >> from here? >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> from here? >> jimmy: yes. >> from here? [ laughter ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy and golden globe nominated actress who stars on the hit, hit, hit, hot hit show, "scandal," which had its season premiere thursday night at 9:00 p.m. on abc. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome kerry washington! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> ow, ow, ow, ow! >> jimmy: yeah! >> ow! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. always nice to see you. >> i try to clean up for you. >> jimmy: yeah, right, please. every time i see you, you look gorgeous. i just saw you at the emmys. and we were running past each other. i remember this. and i go, "oh my gosh, kerry, how are you doing?" you go, "hey jimmy!" i go, "baby! how's the baby!?" and you had to pull out your phone and show me pictures of your baby. congratulations. >> very quickly. people were like, "sit down, sit down!" >> jimmy: no, baby time! [ laughter ] gosh, she's beautiful. >> thanks. last time i was here, i was preggers, but i wasn't talking about it. i was doing "snl" and yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i know. i had to keep it a big secret. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i was like, "uhm, tell us about the -- episode of "scandal" coming -- 'scandal.'" [ laughter ] >> you gave me really good advice, because you told me to trust donna, who is the woman
backstage who changes you in between every single sketch. >> jimmy: "saturday night live," there's a woman, donna richards -- >> yes. she's an angel and a saint. >> jimmy: all you do is, you close your eyes and hold her hand, and she pulls you, because it's a live show. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you're running -- >> literally, one time i realized that my feet were off the ground because donna was holding it. [ laughter ] you feel like your feet are off the ground the whole week. but no, my feet were literally off the ground. >> jimmy: it happens so fast, though, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you have a good time? >> i did. >> jimmy: you were a great host. >> thank you. i had so much fun. >> jimmy: it was you and eminem. >> it was. >> jimmy: it was a fantastic show. >> we're so similar, me and eminem. >> jimmy: you really are. [ laughter ] wherever you go, he goes. >> it was a good match really. >> jimmy: it really was perfect. and i want to say, congrats on "scandal." every one is going nuts. people are obsessed. [ cheers and applause ] obsessed! i mean, it is a giant, giant show. the building's all abuzz. everyone's like, "oh, my gosh, 'scandal,' i can't wait. i want to know what's going on." i was like, oh my gosh. people are like -- yeah. but what are your fans called?
>> gladiators. >> jimmy: gladiators. >> what are our fans called? [ applause ] >> jimmy: i want to let people know, if you want to be a a gladiator. >> because we -- honestly, we owe everything to our gladiators. you know how it is. if people don't watch you, you don't exist. >> jimmy: exactly. >> so the fact that we're still on the air is because of our gladiators, so we're very grateful. >> jimmy: not only is the show doing well, but also, now you spawned a whole new line of clothing at the limited. >> yeah. it's a "scandal" collection for the limited. so you can be a gladiator in a a suit, like all of us on the show. and the clothes actually have this little tiny red tag on the inside that says "gladiator in a suit." it's very cool. >> jimmy: does it really? >> yes, very cool. >> jimmy: so you can dress like olivia pope? >> that's right. you can be -- it's a whole look from the show. so it's lots of beautiful coats, and all that cream and black and white. it's good, good. >> jimmy: are you obsessed with anything like that? are you obsessed with a movie or tv show? >> so many -- as a kid, i was completely obsessed with "splash," the movie. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> wow! are there "splash" fans? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah. no, no, no. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes, that's what i'm talking
about. >> jimmy: that's a fantastic film. >> i knew -- note, i didn't say i thought, i knew that i was a a mermaid. [ laughter ] this is not a joke. i was a mermaid. [ laughter ] that's not a laugh line. i was a mermaid. take the applause signs off. >> jimmy: there's no applause sign! what do you mean you thought you were -- >> i was a really good swimmer as a kid. i was the best swimmer, girl swimmer, in my neighborhood. my cousins are like, "you are not the best." i was the best girl swimmer in my neighborhood. and i was -- i am still allergic to fish. so i have this theory that it was because i couldn't eat my brethren, you know? [ laughter ] yeah. but i'm more comfortable in water than i am on land. seriously. >> jimmy: right now you are? >> yes, seriously. >> jimmy: the next time you come out -- >> and that's rare, especially for a black person. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i didn't want to say anything. i wanted you to say it. you're the one who said it. >> that is a stereotype, people. >> jimmy: it is a stereotype. >> black people swim. >> jimmy: we got to knock those walls down. >> olivia pope swims.
kerry washington swims. >> jimmy: yeah, kerry washington swims. >> black people swim. >> jimmy: black people definitely swim, yeah. [ laughter ] >> that's my psa for the night. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: not everyone is the same, you guys. >> that's true. >> jimmy: not everyone. that's my psa. everyone is different. >> the more you know. >> jimmy: yeah, the more you know. yeah, exactly. ♪ doo-doo doo-doo ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. so the next time you come on, we can get a tank, and we can swim around together. >> yeah, wow. [ laughter ] you just sort of slid that in. i would prefer to do synchronized swimming. will you do that? [ cheers and applause ] like, with the swim caps and the water dance. >> jimmy: takes me back to my high school years. yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] how about tv shows? what are you obsessed with? >> "game of thrones." [ cheers and applause ] i'm a big fan of "game of desks," also, that you did. which was amazing. but yeah, "game of thrones," i am complete -- i started watching it because my parents watch it. which is a little weird sometimes when i think about
the content of what happens on that show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i don't even know if i want my parents watching that. >> but, anyway, they do. i would try to talk to them on sunday nights, and they would hang up on me. i was like, "you can dvr the show and talk to me." no. >> jimmy: no, parents don't understand dvr at all. >> no. >> jimmy: don't even get me started on that. >> exactly. [ old woman voice ] >> jimmy: i can pause the tv? huh? what? huh? pause it! what? pause it! what? huh? i'm going to hang up on you now. yeah, that's the way it works. >> exactly. [ laughter ] so i started watching it to make fun of them, and three hours later i was in. i was in. i'm obsessed. >> jimmy: i'm on season one, but i super jumped in on season one. season two, i just -- we were getting ready for this show, so i know. so i have season two and three. but i was into it. [ boo ] >> it's going to be good, though, right? >> jimmy: booed me? [ laughter ] >> i'm jealous. i'm jealous, because i wish i could experience it again for the first time. it's that good. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what a a lot of people are saying. yeah, boo? [ laughter ] >> that's so negative. >> jimmy: no, that was my nickname.
that was my nickname in high school, boo me. every year, that's what people would yell out after my act. they'd go, "boo!" it's all taking me back. [ laughter ] but we had horn mugs. like, you know those mugs? >> that's in your skit. >> jimmy: no, in real life. we had them. we were that into them. we had them. and they were made for decoration, but we still drank out of them. >> did they work? >> jimmy: well, i'm a little brain dead. they had some type of weird glue in them or something. but we were all doing it because we loved the show. we're obsessed with it. >> i cooked my mom a "game of thrones" dinner for mothers day two years ago. it was a giant turkey leg, like a cave man turkey leg. like, medieval rice pilaf. and grapes, you know, it was -- and ale. >> jimmy: oh, that's so good. we got to get together. once i'm caught up. once i'm caught up. because i want to get right back into it now. i'm very excited for the new season. let's talk about "scandal." this is the fourth season premiere. >> yeah. >> jimmy: everyone is wondering, where on earth is olivia pope? that's all the ads i saw all
summer long. >> planes, on the beach. >> jimmy: they're everywhere. where on earth -- where is olivia pope? >> i can't tell you. >> jimmy: she got on a plane. >> she did. but you will know in the season premiere. immediately, you will know where she went. and it's really good. [ cheers and applause ] it's worth the wait. >> jimmy: it's worth the wait. >> it's worth the wait. >> jimmy: we love you, pal. do you want to play a game with us? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you will? >> if you feel like losing, sure. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: it's on! let's do this! [ cheers and applause ] stick around! kerry washington and i are playing box of lies when we get back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ let's hear it for bud light. the perfect beer for when you take over a town, make me the mayor, and call it whatever, usa. then pack it to the brim with so much spontaneous-never-thought-i'd- be-doing-this-awesomeness that it's hard to believe we actually pulled it off. like ...
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of us have seen before. taking turns, kerry and i are going to select a box and open it on our side of the table, out of the view of the other person. once the item is out of the box, you look at your opponent and tell them what's in the box. you might be lying. you might be telling the truth. your opponent has to guess which one and say either lie or truth. if you guess correctly, you get a point. if you guess wrong, the other person gets a point. the first to two points wins. kerry, you're our guest. why don't you pick your first box. [ laughter ] >> thanks, jim. >> jimmy: you're welcome. [ cheers ] got a little heft to it. hint number one. >> hmm. [ light laughter ] ♪ [ jimmy humming ] >> in my box --
[ laughter ] [ cheers ] is a pumpkin with spaghetti -- in it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what! why are you laughing? pumpkin with psh-ghetti in it. >> spaghetti. >> jimmy: yeah, i wanted to see if you're reacting. [ laughter ] you lie. >> no! it's true! >> jimmy: what? [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're good, you're good. let me pick one. 1-0. [ cheers ] >> what's in the box, jim?
>> jimmy: oh, i don't know. >> what's in your box, jimmy? >> jimmy: oh, well, well, well. >> ooh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in my box -- is an iphone 6. >> plus or regular? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: plus. with a figurine getting a a tattoo from another figurine, that i believe to be justin bieber. [ laughter ] that is what is in -- my box. >> that's a lie. >> jimmy: you got it. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is a a producer and host of the emmy award-winning show "the voice," which airs mondays and tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. here on nbc. gosh, it was a great episode last night. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome carson daly! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: carson. >> hello, everybody!
>> jimmy: nice to see you. >> you look like a million bucks. >> jimmy: thank you very much. carson, i think you left something back over there. >> no, she'll be fine. that's my new baby london rose. >> jimmy: yeah, congratulations on your third child. >> i'm on daddy duty tonight. we couldn't get a sitter. she's fine, seriously. she's buckled in. no problem. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll bring her up more towards me. >> she'll be fine. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: this is your third child. >> she loves the roots. >> jimmy: your third child. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is little baby london. >> london rose. my grandmother's name was rose. and -- well, you know, you've got one. >> jimmy: yup. oh, she's gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh, congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'll just leave her right here. >> that's fine. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. beautiful. [ cheers and applause ] it's not a real baby. carson, always good to see you, buddy. >> great to see you, too. >> jimmy: i saw the baby backstage. oh, my gosh. >> i have like ten kids. what am i, the waynes? like, what am i doing? somebody stop me. >> jimmy: the kardashians back there. >> unbelievable. my whole family is backstage. >> jimmy: they're the cutest
kids in the whole wide world. oh, my god. >> well siri is very attractive. let's be honest. i can't take much credit for that. >> jimmy: but, the kids have these giant blue eyes. and they're so cute and nice and polite. >> yeah. no, they should be. they better be. >> jimmy: no, they are. they really are nice kids. you have jackson -- >> yeah, jackson is five. he's back there. hi, jackie. etta, my daughter etta jones, she's back there. hi, etta. london rose is here, so -- >> jimmy: and london rose -- >> i get that a lot from people, though. they're like, are you a a hands-on dad? people will still -- probably ask you this, too. like, do you change diapers? >> jimmy: of course. >> of course. >> jimmy: of course. >> of course. people are surprised to hear that. >> jimmy: are you more loose with the third baby? >> here's how it works. the first baby, they sleep in your room for a while. because you don't know. you got six months or something, then finally they go. baby number two, maybe three months, but you get a monitor. right? so you can watch the baby. and then she goes -- by the time number three comes, you just -- six weeks, you get them out. and you take your monitor, and than go to your neighbor's house to see if it will work that far. [ laughter ]
that's how it works. >> jimmy: yeah, right. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yes, the monitor works! >> jimmy: yeah, the monitor works! awesome! >> that way, you're just there. if i leave now, it will take me 12 minutes to get home. >> jimmy: i love it. yeah, i'm obsessed with the monitor. >> i haven't seen you. what's happening with you? >> jimmy: she's great. i tricked her into saying dada. uh, which is a great -- >> did she say dada before mama? >> jimmy: no, she said mama first. but i -- but now i i play a a game with her. i go, "don't say dada." and she goes, "dada." and then, i go over and i tickle her. and now, she's obsessed with saying -- but, she doesn't know. it's reverse psychology. [ laughter ] but everyone around you is having babies. i mean, savannah guthrie just had a baby. she's a beautiful baby. >> yeah. >> christina aguilera just had another baby. >> jimmy: yes. i mean, "the voice," the backstage has got to be like -- >> it's like a fertility clinic. it's crazy. honestly, people come to the show backstage, they're expecting, "a," like, total rock star. you know, shots, and all that. like jack daniels everywhere. >> jimmy: no. >> -- in the corner asleep. meanwhile, it's like romper room. i mean, shakira had a baby, and set up a full-blown, like zoo.
like farm animals flown in from colombia. it was amazing. and all of us benefited from the petting zoo, and so -- you come careful, because you'll leave pregnant. >> jimmy: i will. i will. yeah, you will. >> jimmy: yeah, i will. >> you in particular. >> jimmy: thank you very much. it's going great over there. >> it's so much fun. >> jimmy: i got to congratulate you on one year of the "today" show. >> thank you. it's so crazy. it's so much fun. >> jimmy: you're doing so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> stop it. thank you. >> jimmy: i was like -- it's not -- i wake up now -- i'm up every day early with the baby, and i watch the "today" show every single morning. and gosh, you are phenomenal on that show. >> there's a learning curve to it. and they're nice enough to let me go in every day -- but thank you. >> jimmy: you're great. but also, you give me the serious news. >> i'm on like the "today" show -- it feels like you walk in a a bar. and then, like, you look over. there's norm and cliff, and coach gives you -- i feel superimposed into a tv show. like i walk into work and -- like matt is like, do you want to golf today? i'm like, "yeah, matt lauer.
i want to golf with you." yeah, sure. [ talking over each other ] you have to pinch yourself everyday. >> jimmy: you're loose. >> high-quality people. i'm lucky to be there. >> jimmy: no, you make the show better. it's great to have you. they're all great, but you make it better. you being there is awesome. >> thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] i appreciate it. >> jimmy: really great job. and then, "the voice." it's couldn't be better this season, "the voice." >> yes, gwen and pharrell have added a lot this year. it's so crazy. he's a coach in real life, you know? pharrell, he's just unbelievable. gwen is cool. >> jimmy: but last night when he made that contestant cry, because he just gave her good advice. and she's like, that means so much to me. and just started crying. and he went up, got out of his chair, and gave her a hug. >> oh, he's great, yeah. >> jimmy: what a great guy. >> they're all good. they're really -- i think we're hitting our stride. like, this particular group of coaches are really fantastic. >> jimmy: yeah. and blake, as well, who we love. >> but that was great, that lip syncing thing with gwen and blake. that was awesome, man. that was the funniest thing. blake couldn't even talk.
he came out here, he couldn't talk. they're fun, though. that's what it's like. i mean, they're just good, fun people. and we make a fun tv show. >> jimmy: gwen stefani, i don't think, i think people are -- i know what she looks like, what sounds like, singing. but how is she as a person? and she's the most charming person in the world, let alone the most gorgeous person. >> yeah, she's crazy. abnormal. she's getting better looking and younger every year. >> jimmy: and then she like -- last night she took her heels off and climbed up to the top of her seat so that like -- no, gwen stop. >> she climbed on the back of her red chair. >> jimmy: i know! >> there's a whole thing. >> jimmy: that's what i was talking about. i'm like, dude! i go, ah! i was nervous. >> then, adam had to kick off his heels. he tried to get up there, too. [ laughter ] blake's like, i can't get my boots off. >> jimmy: by the way, he looks great in heels. >> it's his house. >> jimmy: but you have big mentors this year. stevie nicks, alicia keys, little big town, gavin rossdale. i mean, it's going to be a big season for you guys. >> yeah, it's fun. it's a great, really fun show to work on. i'm really lucky to be there, too. >> jimmy: you're hitting homeruns. i couldn't be happier for you.
>> thanks, brother. >> jimmy: congrats on the baby. >> thanks for keeping it down here. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. no, yeah. carson daly! "the voice" airs mondays and tuesdays 8:00 p.m. on nbc. it's a great show. julian casablancas and the voidz perform next. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] automotive innovation starts... right here. with a control pad that can read your handwriting, a wide-screen multimedia center, and a head-up display for enhanced driver focus. all inside a newly redesigned cabin of unrivaled style and comfort. ♪ the all-new c-class. at the very touch point of performance and innovation. ♪
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>> jimmy: our next guest's debut album, "tyranny" was just released today. and you can even get it in the form of this usb -- look at this. a usb lighter. [ laughter ] i'm so psyched. [ cheers ] performing his song "where no eagles fly" please welcome, julian casablancas and the voidz! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ please come on babe they'll end up all confused ♪ ♪ what's the point of telling people if they won't use it ♪ ♪ fly on the wall
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>> jimmy: my thanks to kerry washington, carson daly, julian casablancas and the voidz! and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. buh-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪